Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
New Year’s health resolutions typically seem daunting-and, let’s face it, pointless since they tend to diminish quickly. But millennials and the modern age are less obsessed with fad diets and extreme workout regimens-and more aware of implementing healthy decisions into everyday life. While juice cleanses are certainly a productive way to […]
Perhaps it’s the svelte Lululemon-clad yoga clan that has convinced us, or the clean-eating brigade with their glowing skin and shiny hair and Instagram accounts. Or maybe it’s the startling figures on obesity, that approximately 61.7 per cent of adults are now overweight, according to research by Public Health England.
Subscribe to WIRED Boot camps have become commonplace – but an emerging trend in this fitness space is the DNA boot camp. I signed up to 38 Degrees North’s version, held in Ibiza, where three weeks before you begin you must send off a saliva swab to DNAFit in the UK, so that the company may analyse your DNA prior to your arrival.
With the impending arrival of 2017, people everywhere are planning out their New Year’s resolutions. A new wellness-focused lifestyle is at the top of the list for many, with people packing their January full of workouts and declaring, “new year, new me!” even if it’s the same old you.
A new year, a new opportunity to get healthy: Resolutions to exercise more and eat right are popular come Jan. 1. With all of these intentions in mind, hotels typically offer limited-time fitness- and nutrition-themed packages to attract guests for stays during the first few months of the year.
Tamsin Crimmens | Contributing Writer | Sunday, 25 December 2016 The Debrief: From #cleaneating and #womenwholift to #selfcare, wellness trends have come thick and fast in 2016.